Brazil

Exclusive: Towards a world free of Nuclear Weapons

The International community at the UN voted for independence from nuclear weapons on July 7 with an overwhelming majority. A month after the decision was taken, Brazil’s Foreign Minister Aloysio Nunes Ferreira weighs in on the various aspects of the treaty and its significance in the fight to abolish nuclear weapons 

‘Brazil is back in the Game’

Sanjay Kapoor

As Brazil reels under a political crisis, Ambassador Tovar da Silva Nunes speaks to Hardnews about the current situation in the country and the scope and depth of the relationship it shares with India
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

Media bus attacked in Rio, one journalist injured

Rivaldo’s warning rings true as brazen instances of criminal violence beset Rio amidst Olympics hoopla
Sandeep Kumar Delhi 

Rio 2016: Hope Still for India’s Medal Tally?

Despite the fact that India is sending its biggest ever Olympic contingent to the Rio Olympics, the truth is that India’s chances remain bleak
Sandeep Kumar Delhi

A Really Bad Hangover

The humiliating 7-1 loss to Germany had, so to speak, snapped Brazil back to reality. An intimate account of a party that was rudely disrupted
Uday Jhabvala Khare Sao Paulo 

Football Fever Grips the World

The most controversial World Cup in football’s modern history began amidst a bevy of protests from the host country’s deprived masses
Sandeep Kumar Delhi

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